Fatal Attraction a.k.a. Glenn Close is scary as f*** -
1/5/14 -Â Fatal AttractionI’m not sure what in the world compelled me to put this movie on my Top 50 list. I still remember a dream I had YEARS ago about Glenn Close trying to kill me (with horrifyi…
Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice… -
2/1/14 If there’s one thing I can say with absolute certainty it’s that I excel at underachieving. And to be honest, I’m mostly fine with that. But I made this misguided commitment to watch 50 movi…
A not so thinly veiled endorsement for protectionism -
1/20/14 I have a strong appreciation for bad movies. Especially movies so bad, they’re good (pretty much every movie ever made in the 80s). Movies likeÂ Blown Away, Tremors, Batman & Robin,Â andÂ …
Even when a person is dead, bodily autonomy trumps right to life. After all, they still need permission to harvest organs from a corpse to save other lives. I just think that people should at least have the same right to bodily autonomy as a corpse. —
A quote I just read in relation to abortion. Very well put.
“Body Autonomy” or “Bodily integrity” is self-determination of human beings over their own bodies. You can’t be forced to give blood, bone marrow, or any part of you to another. You can’t even have them taken from you after you die without permission. The fact that you can save a life is irrelevant, nobody can forcefully take something from you.
Yet, there are people out there who believe 50% of the population *must* give up their body for 9 months, even if there’s risk of it killing them.
This is my new favourite “anti-choice folk are ignorant, sexist, idiots” argument.
…and they’d be right
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